Babylon's case becomes live service and is met with little approval

Babylon's case becomes live service and is met with little approval

A Japanese godfall? As part of its E3 presentation, Square Enix revealed some new details about the next project from the action experts at PlatinumGames. Babylon's case was first announced at E3 2018, followed by a first gameplay trailer in 2019. A detailed gameplay overview has now been shown, giving an insight into the general structure of the game.

The action role-playing game will contain an online component for up to four players, with which you can navigate through the floors of the eponymous tower of Babylon fights. The game relies on action-packed hack & slay battles in the style of Nier Automata as well as extensive character development and build diversity. Babylon's Fall is said to be based on classic western fantasy with its oil painting style.


Babylon's Fall: New gameplay trailer for the action RPG loadVideoPlayer ('83946', '& sAdSetCsategory = article_featured ', 12, '16: 9', false, 1373862, false, 267602, 260, false, 0, '', '', false); In a detailed developer interview, PlatinumGames also gives insights into the business model of Babylon's case: The title relies on a live service model and, after release, will be provided with seasonal content, challenges and new equipment, which will be in a buyable battle pass, among other things . In addition to the PC and PS4</a>, the game will also be available for the PlayStation 5 and can be tested in a closed beta before release. Neither the beta nor the full version have a release date yet.

On YouTube, fans of the game are meanwhile less than enthusiastic about the new information. The gameplay trailer on Square Enix's English-language channel currently has a dislike rate of over 80%.

Babylon's Fall comes to PC, PS4 and PS5.